Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.
For a little over a year, APNIC has been producing PING, inviting subject matter experts to discuss varied Internet operation topics. It’s now available on the most popular platforms.
Here are three of the best:
- QUIC, and not so complex — Robin Marx, Web Protocol and Performance Expert at Akamai, discusses how new protocols like QUIC may seem complex to begin with but with experience and support they are becoming the next generation of protocols the Internet needs. Robin also shares his experience with contributing to the development of QUIC in the IETF, and the importance of user experience when it comes to measurement.
- Your network is more ready than you think for the quantum Internet — Alexander Ling, Director of Singapore’s Quantum Engineering Programme discusses quantum networking’s current and pending use cases in the next three to five years, including via satellite technology.
- Be careful what you wish for — Geoff Huston warns the service provider industry about pressuring regulators to make content providers pay to use their networks. Geoff also wrote about this topic in a post.
Read more about PING and stay tuned for more episodes with George Michaelson in the new year.
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